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Old 27th January 2009, 20:00   #1  |  Link
loekverhees
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Surround AAC to Stereo

I've an audio source (from a movie) in the AAC format which is surround. I've encoded it into a stereo wave file with dBpoweramp Music Converter. However, the vocals in the audio are often very quietly in comparison with the music. Maybe dBpoweramp just took the Front left and Front right channels and didn't include the Center channel, but I'm not sure about this. Does someone know how to make the voices in the audio as loud as the music? When I play back the movie with the original surround audio, the volume of the vocals are fine, but I really want it to be stereo.
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